Understanding Climate Change scientists

  • Tim Andrews

    Tim is a climate scientist working on forcing, feedbacks and heat uptake in the climate system.

  • Alejandro Bodas-Salcedo

    Alejandro works on developing and assessing the Met Office Hadley Centre's climate models.

  • Rob Chadwick

    Rob looks at changes in the global water cycle related to climate change and variability, focusing on the tropics.

  • Robin Clark

    Robin is a climate scientist researching changes in extreme events likely to arise due to climate change.

  • Mat Collins

    Mat is currently Associate Professor in Climate Systems at Exeter University and a Met Office Hadley Centre visiting Scientist.

  • Marie Doutriaux-Boucher

    Marie works as a climate feedback scientist. She is interested in modelling and observations.

  • Jonathan Gregory

    Jonathan is a Research Fellow in climate change at the Met Office Hadley Centre.

  • Glen Harris

    Glen is a senior scientist in probabilistic climate prediction and is involved in the production of probabilistic climate projections, combining observations and ensembles of climate model simulations.

  • Ambarish Karmalkar

    Ambarish is a climate scientist working on assessing climate model performance and on developing methods to quantify uncertainties in model projections.

  • Lizzie Kendon

    Lizzie is a climate scientist working on extreme rainfall processes and their evaluation in models across space and time scales.

  • Richard Levine

    Richard is a scientist working on the climate model simulation of monsoons.

  • Ruth McDonald

    Ruth is a climate scientist working on understanding the impact of climate change on extra-tropical storms and tropical cyclones.

  • Gill Martin

    Gill leads the study of hydrological cycle processes in observations and their representation in models.

  • Matthew Mizielinski

    Matthew is a research scientist working on developing and analysing higher resolution versions of Met Office global coupled climate models across space and time scales.

  • James Murphy

    James is developing a strategy for seamless ensemble prediction across a range of time scales.

  • Mark Ringer

    Mark leads a team studying feedbacks in the climate system.

  • Malcolm Roberts

    Malcolm is a scientific manager working on developing and analysing higher resolution versions of Met Office global coupled climate models across space and time scales.

  • Dave Rowell

    Dave works on the global drivers of African climate change to understand their mechanisms and improve their modelling.

  • Catherine Senior

    Cath leads the Understanding Climate Change area which includes work on understanding and modelling key physical climate processes and feedbacks.

  • David Sexton

    Head of Scenarios Development , part of Quantifying Uncertainty in Model Projections (QUMP), and leads the production of probabilistic climate projections using observations and ensembles of climate model simulations.

  • Yoko Tsushima

    Yoko works to quantify and reduce uncertainty in climate change, through understanding and improving the representation of cloud-radiative processes.

  • Mark Webb

    Mark chairs the Cloud Feedback Model Intercomparison Project (CFMIP) and works on understanding cloud feedbacks in climate models and evaluating model clouds with observations.

  • Peili Wu

    Peili is working on understanding and predicting the hydrological cycle as part of the climate system.

Last updated: 17 June 2014